This was our first visit here but had been recommended for a nice lunch watching the planes. It is a unique restaurant with airplane memorabilia and views of the planes and runways at the Centennial Airport and business park area. Food was good but nothing exceptional. We met for lunch on a Monday and patrons were business casual, families and some retirees. We were meeting our daughter for her lunch hour with our grandsons for a table of 3 adults & 2 children. When greeted by the hostess we requested two boosters or a booster & highchair. She then turned & asked the male manager on duty if they had any. He was very short & rude in his "no" reply. It wasn't that it was no, they were all in use. It was no, we don't own any. Obviously he doesn't think people with planes or like to watch planes have children! In this economy can the restaurant really afford to be rude to patrons that are willing to pay for their overpriced food? I thought restaurants were in the "Hospitality" industry! We had a short wait before being seated and the other staff were cordial. As I said before food was good/average for this type of restaurant atmosphere. I Agree with other reviewers that it is overpriced so you are paying for the view. We did not feel out of place as we passed a family with 3 boys, was seated near a family of 2 children and saw a family entering as we were leaving. Fortunately our grandsons enjoyed watching the planes take-off and were unaware of the bad behavior of the manager on duty. I dare say if we had been celebrities with children he probably would have been tripping all over himself to buy some seats! I would ascertain that they prefer patrons without children and reluctantly allow patrons with children in. So you might enjoy this restaurant if you are between 25-100.
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